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    • 4/25/2016
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    • 20160401-80362-2147420500
    Incident Description: I discover the cover of GE air conditioners was broken in multiple pieces and came with burn smell
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    • 6/15/2018
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    • 20180211-4548D-2147392992
    Incident Description: On December 14, 2017, we were informed that the GE Zoneline PTAC heating and cooling unit, which was installed one year and two months prior in the bedroom of an apartment we rent in the District of Columbia, popped and started smoking. The company that sold ... (More)
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